Always in need of a good tea break, one in a cute hanok style courtyard is absolutely delightful.
Name dropping, info dumping, and about 5 characters all vying for their point of view to be shared makes a difficult read.
The poop cafe in Insadong in Seoul is known for it's cute poop themed items.
Looking for something to read? Just want to wander around looking at books for awhile then grab a coffee? Want to see what the indie book art and zine scene looks like? Seoul Book book is a book depository with a little bit of everything for any kind of bookworm.
Nothing gives off Autumn vibes like tall silver grass you can get lost in. The short cotton candy red and purple muhly grass is also stunning.
I read the 1951 classic "The Catcher in the Rye" and while I did not enjoy it I took a couple guesses as to why it's a classic.
There are so many tea and bubble tea chains. Here's another, they offer some very aesthetically pleasing teas.
The last book of the How to Train Your Dragon series that I have.
Egg drop is a quick breakfast sandwich shop that's budget friendly.
I feel lucky that book bans haven't really ever effected me. Have they effected you and your reading choices?